Dawgs fall to Miss State

After trailing by as much as 19 points in the first half, the Dawgs cannot close the gap and fall to Mississippi State 67-61.  Dustin Ware hit 5 3-pointers for 15 points.  It wasn’t enough to over come 22 turn overs.

All you need to know (actually, this quote or a derivative thereof can be found in nearly all of Georgia’s losses this year or for the past three years):

“We weren’t being tough enough or strong enough with the ball,” head coach Dennis Felton said.

It’ll be interesting to see if Paul Westerdawg’s hunch is right.


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